For the Benefit and Enjoyment of the People
Loved anxela's page for this week's scraplift (wow, that photo!):
I have been grinding away at a travel book, so I let Theodore Roosevelt do the talking for me on this page.
Roosevelt was a great conservationist in his time and although he was happy to hunt just about anything with four legs, he also understood the importance of saving wildlife and wild places for future generations. Yellowstone was one of his favorite parks and, as president, he presided over the dedication of the north entrance gate. The inscription on the gate reads, "For the Benefit and Enjoyment of the People." This image is of Mammoth Hot Springs, in the northern part of the park.
In this Project (all DD):
Stitched by Anna White No. 05
In Distress Paper Pack
In Distress Paper Pack No. 03
Assorted Tapes No. 03
Vintage Photo Frames No. 19
Wire Rimmed Charms No. 01 (staple)
Simple Geo: Part 1 Paper Pack
Fonts: Voluta Script, Minon Pro
Thanks for looking! : )